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EVENTIDE Blackhole update

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Eventide’s Blackhole reverb plug-in was originally released in 2012, although its algorithms date back even further to the company’s DSP4000 and H8000FW hardware. The plug-in has just been updated, giving us a great excuse to revisit it, and now comes with Native Instruments’ Native Kontrol Standard (NKS) support, so you can integrate and control it within NI’s Komplete Kontrol and Maschine hardware. It’s great that Native has brought NKS to effects as it helps turn them into something more like an interactive and playable instrument and works especially well with something as creative as Blackhole.

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He’s the man who revolutionised modern film scores with a creative approach to music-making, sonic experimentation and sound utilisation that helps some of the biggest directors to tell their stories. This month we’re overwhelmingly honoured to speak to one of the greatest composers on the planet: Hans Zimmer. In our ten-page interview we talk to Hans about his recent work with Spitfire Audio – co-creating a remarkable assortment of production and studio tools – as well as his incredible career in soundtracking. Elsewhere this issue, Dave Gale takes us through the legacy of the vocoder, we report on this year’s Superbooth show in Berlin and speak to its progenitor Andreas Schneider about his views on modular synthesis and its integral place in the music technology world. We’ve also got our usual tutorials, tips and reviews. Enjoy the issue!